|Las Vegas, Nevada - March 3, 2006 - Aberdene Mines Limited (OTCBB: ABRM) (the "Company' or "Aberdene') is pleased to announce that Mr. Bryan Wilson has agreed to join the Board of Directors for Aberdene Mines Ltd.
Mr. Wilson has enjoyed a varied career in the fields of mining exploration and development for 18 years and financial services for 12 years. He has filled various roles such as Project Geologist/Manager for Shell Canada, Consultant, Financial Advisor for Scotia McLeod, Mining Analyst for C.M. Oliver and Corporate Finance Specialist for Dominick & Dominick and Thames Capital.
Within the mining industry, Mr. Wilson has acquired broad international exposure to a variety of mineral commodities and has worked throughout the world. In 1981, Shell's East Kemptville Tin Mine with was discovered and developed under his supervision (50.0 million tonnes @ 0.23% Tin).
"Aberdene's New York Canyon Project looks like an exciting opportunity to develop a copper oxide resource while demonstrating the potential of the much larger sulphide porphyry resource. I am honored to be asked to join the Board and look forward to working with the Company and its management,' stated Mr. Bryan Wilson.
Aberdene Mines Ltd.'s New York Canyon Property is located in the New York Canyon area, Mineral County, Nevada. The Company has under option the rights to explore both the unpatented and patented mineral claims representing approximately 8,926 acres comprising the New York Canyon Copper Project. The project is regionally located south of the historic mining district of Santa Fe in the southeastern part of Mineral County, Nevada. The property, which is located seven miles east of the village of Luning and 32 road miles from the town of Hawthorne, hosts significant oxide and sulphide copper bearing mineralization outlined by historical operators.
On behalf of the Board of Directors,
ABERDENE MINES LTD.
Brent Jardine, President
For more information contact:
Brent Jardine, President
T: (800) 430-4034
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